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Brienne of Tarth wants it. Bran wants it. Even the Onion Knight wants it. Let's make this happen, people.
Ethereum thefts, an Ashley Madison settlement, another leaky Amazon S3 bucket, and more of this week's top security news.
Many of its episodes have stories smart enough to be published in sci-fi anthologies.
A new study shows that 94 percent of Android antivirus failed to stop a comprehensive set of malware attacks.
SpaceX is rebooting its colonization plan, and may pivot to focus on a moon base that would aid that effort.
The trials of the local comics shop have finally visited the con itself—and the people who are just looking for good comics to read.
Hey, some bonafide good news!
Opinion: Retaliating against hacks is the wrong way to prevent them.
We tested a dozen pairs of polarized shades at various prices, from $10 to $360.
Solar flares, orbiting moons, and a cluster of brown dwarfs this week from space.
The streaming service is offering money and creative freedom—and from a look at its first two projects, it won't be stopping anytime soon.
The ride-hail company will launch its own autonomous vehicle software and hardware.
Anthony Scaramucci's new job is to sell Trump's policies to the American people. Too bad he disagrees with so many of them himself.
Sean Spicer might be leaving the White House, but he'll remain in the internet's heart.
A federal sting reveals lax oversight in the Defense Department’s gear giveaway program.
The game show was a cinch compared to saving Big Blue's ailing business.
Everything should be going great for the microchip powerhouse. Here's why they're not.
Steven Levy joins the Gadget Lab Podcast to tell us how factory workers are streamlining production Google's wearable.
Robert Johnson thinks that a proton-based image, even a blurry one, can guide a cancer treatment known as proton therapy better than a conventional X-ray.
The studio's biggest comic-book properties were suspiciously absent during their Hall H presentation.